Grahame Thompson is Professor at the Copenhagen Business School and Emeritus Professor of political economy at the Open University.
Inequalities and wealth taxes: consequences of the ‘commodification’ of everything
A new book offers a fresh illumination of the reasons for the financial crisis and a compelling argument for a...
Published in: openDemocracyUKCon- and F-words in the Brexit era
What should post-Brexit governance look like in the UK? What is needed, urgently, is for this to be politically...
A ‘national conversation’ about important matters is becoming almost impossible under these circumstances. Half the...
Published in: openDemocracyUKBrexit and the rise of populism
Populist nationalisms are replacing social democracy and Christian democracy across Europe. But we cannot, and...
Published in: openEconomyShould we worry about global quasi-constitutionalization?
The Rule of Law may be being given away as Rule by Laws replaces a comprehensive system of democratically...
International contagion under national leadership